Hoosier Links: Aug. 28, 2013

In today's Hoosier Links, we read about the IU defense, how a math formula could affect Indiana football and foundation issues at Indiana State.

Every day, we'll take a quick look around the Indiana beat with a couple of stories that could be of interest to IU fans.

Here's the list for Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2013:

1.Pete DiPrimio of the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel writes that the quarterback competition has helped take some of the focus off of the most important key to the 2013 season for IU: the defense. QB Battle Overshadows Biggest IU Key -- Defense

2. Trust your math when it comes to Indiana football? Indiana Daily Student reporter Evan Hoopfer writes about how the Pythagorean Expectation Model maintains that IU really should have won five games instead of four last season. What does it say about this year? Hoopfer explains. Math Model Shows IU's Football Record Should Improve

3.Todd Golden of the Terre Haute Tribune-Star writes today that Indiana State clearly has some foundation pieces in place in its football program but the key will be how the younger players fill in around that foundation. Building on a strong foundation

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